Ognjen Stojanović is a professional triathlete from Serbia racing international ITU and IRONMAN 70.3 races. He is in sport since 1995. when he started swimming, and in triathlon since 2005. He is 8 time Balkan Champion and multiple Serbian champion in triathlon, marathon and half marathon. He represented Serbia on first European Games in Baku and finished 18th. Ognjen is coaching age group, junior and professional athletes in triathlon and running since 2012. Apart from racing experience and University education, the biggest source of his knowlegde is coming from his past coaches: prof. dr. Franja Fratrić (Serbia), Sergio Santos (Portugal), prof. dr. Roberto Cejuela (Spain) and Carlos Prieto (Spain). For more info check www.ognjenstojanovic.com.

Experience and education:

  • 22 years in sport and 12th year in triathlon
  • 5 years of coaching experience
  • Coached 33 age group, junior and professional athletes in a coaching career
  • Worked with athletes based in Serbia, Mexico, Spain, Croatia, Sweden, Macedonia, Montenegro and United Arab Emirates
  • Postgraduate Sports Coach – Master of Sports Coaching (MSc) at Faculty of Sport
  • Graduate Sports Coach – Bachelor with honours (BSc hons) in Sports Coaching at Faculty of Sport
  • Sports Coach – Bachelor in Sports Coaching (BSc) at Faculty of Sport

Licences and certificates:

Coaching results (triathlon disciplines and running):

  • ITU Triathlon Level II Coach
  • IRONMAN Certified Coach
  • ITU Triathlon Level I Coach
  • National “B” licence Triathlon Coach
  • Medal from senior and 2 medals from junior Balkan Championships
  • Medal from junior European Championships
  • 27 medals from senior and 6 medals from junior National Championships
  • 2 medals from Youth National Championships
  • Working with athletes who successfully finished 9 IRONMAN races
  • Physical conditioning of MMA fighter with a 7-0 score